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Another year, another high-profile voter fraud summit – this time from True the Vote – goes bankrupt

Placeholder while loading article actions Just over a year ago, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell convened South Dakota supporters and data experts for a multi-day summit where he pledged to show his proof. that foreign actors had interfered in the 2020 elections. As presented, the idea was simple: Lindell, who firmly …

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Deidre DeJear: Use Iowa’s ‘trust fund’ for mental health and education funding

Iowa must use its budget surplus to address mental health and public education shortages, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Deidre DeJear said Saturday. DeJear spoke with a group of more than 50 people gathered at the Des Moines Register Political Soapbox at the Iowa State Fair. The state underfunds both public education …

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Proposal seeks to address perceived competitive imbalance in Kansas high school sports

WICHITA, Kansas (KWCH) — A proposal from the Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) aims to address what appears to be an imbalance between athletics in public and private schools. Earlier this year, a majority of KSHSAA member schools approved the multiplier, which is now being heard by the …

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Employee kept Arsenal, including assault rifle, in hospital, police say

A New Jersey hospital marketing manager stored an assault rifle with a high-capacity magazine along with dozens of other firearms and ammunition in an unlocked closet at his workplace, it has been reported. Tuesday the police. The weapons cache was found after Hudson Regional Hospital in Secaucus, New Jersey, received …

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New RPS athletic director Dawn Williamson plans upgrades

ROCKFORD — Dawn Williamson is entering Jefferson High School. The walls of the large open space outside the gymnasium, known as the Triangle, are lined with glass trophy cases. Banners also hang on the walls, each depicting a senior playing one of Jefferson’s 24 sports. The J-Hawk badge is everywhere. …

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Inquiry into health care costs that are too high / Public news service

Supporters of a bill currently in the US Senate have claimed it will address rising health care costs and could bring some relief to Americans. Part of the Inflation Reduction Act would allow Medicare to directly negotiate prescription drug prices in 2023 and cap drug costs for Medicare patients at …

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News | City of Fairfax, Virginia

The National Weather Service has declared a heat advisory for Thursday, August 4, with a heat index value predicted as high as 106°F. Severe heat is forecast through Friday, August 5. Please stay aware of high temperature advisories and air quality alerts from trusted weather information sources, including the National …

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Lawsuit dismissed in Montgomery Magnetic School admissions discrimination case

Comment this story Comment A lawsuit alleging Maryland’s largest school district discriminated against its Asian American students after changing its admissions process for the Magnet program has been dismissed by a federal judge. U.S. District Judge Paula Xinis concluded in the dismissal last week that the complaint failed to demonstrate …

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COVID-19 in Ottawa: Levels of COVID-19 remain high in Ottawa

Ottawa Public Health warns that levels of COVID-19 in the community remain high as the number of outbreaks continues to rise. Four new deaths have been linked to COVID-19 in Ottawa in the past three days, along with six new outbreaks. “Levels of COVID-19 in our community are still very …

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Kids flock to Rowan University for pre-college programs | rowan today

They discovered careers in everything from medicine and biomedical research to engineering, teaching, social work and beyond. They gained an understanding of what it takes to succeed in college – and many started by earning college credit. They honed their entrepreneurial skills. They told stories. They made music. And they …

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APS Hosts Two Summer Graduations July 26 – Albuquerque Public Schools

Job : July 25, 2022 APS hosts two summer diplomas on July 26 Graduates of APS’ versatile and loving high schools will receive their diplomas in ceremonies at the Berna Facio Professional Development Complex. Albuquerque Public Schools will host two summer graduation ceremonies on Tuesday, July 26 at the Berna …

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Heat wave scorches Northeast, New York and Boston as temperatures soar

Comment this story Comment The brutal heat is weighing on much of the United States this weekend, with nearly 96 million Americans suffocated under heat advisories or warnings and heat indices in the Northeast hitting triple digits. Officials up and down the Interstate 95 corridor urged residents to hydrate and …

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BACKGROUNDER: President Biden’s Plan for a Safer America

President Biden knows what works to make our communities safer: investing in community policing and crime prevention. We need to fund police officers who keep up, know the neighborhood, are accountable to those they are sworn to serve, and build community trust and safety. We need to invest in mental …

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9 in 10 Californians live in areas with high levels of COVID-19

Nearly 9 in 10 Californians now live in counties with high community levels of COVID-19, in which the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends universal masking in indoor public spaces. The new developments underscore growing concerns about super-infectious Omicron subvariants that have fueled a summer surge of coronavirus. …

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Schools are ideal polling places – but security anxiety is high

Published on July 13, 2022 at 06:16 Carrie Levin Votebeat “This article was originally published by Votebeat, a non-profit news organization covering local election integrity and access to the vote.” Less than a week before the June 7 primary in New Jersey, students and staff at schools across the state …

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Bill Ackman to liquidate SPAC and return $4 billion to investors

Bill Ackman during an interview with Bloomberg Television on November 1, 2017. Billionaire investor William Ackman, who raised $4 billion in the world’s largest Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC), told investors that he would return the sum after failing to find a suitable target. company to go public through a …

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Teen Sexual Abuse in the Army’s JROTC Program

Mr Mayes, who declined to comment for this article, was charged with one count of criminal sexual misconduct with a minor, although his lawyer told the court that the instructor had “strong arguments in favor of the innocence”. The case was later dropped, with prosecutors saying there was insufficient evidence …

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Chisholm Leads Garfield Co. Public High Schools in 2020 ACT Scores | New

The majority of Garfield County’s eight public high schools scored below the state average ACT score in 2020. Only Chisholm High School‘s schoolwide average also topped the national average score of 20.6 on the college entrance exam, according to recent data reported by Oklahoma Watch. In 2020, Oklahoma received a …

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Public block driver with ‘very high’ blood alcohol level

Members of the public blocked a dangerously drunk Dunedin driver, stripping her of her keys, after she was seen swerving all the way down the road on Friday afternoon, police say. Senior Sergeant Anthony Bond, from Dunedin, said members of the public called police after the 51-year-old driver was seen …

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Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in as first black woman on Supreme Court : NPR

Justice Stephen G. Breyer (Retired) administers the judicial oath to Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson in the West Boardroom of the Supreme Court Building. Her left hand rests on two Bibles held by her husband, Dr. Patrick Jackson. Fred Schilling, United States Supreme Court Collection hide caption toggle caption Fred Schilling, …

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Useless administrators, not the unions responsible for bad schools

Placeholder while loading article actions My favorite breakfast read, the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal, recently covered why teachers’ unions are blocking improvements in our schools. This conclusion was wrong, but, unfortunately, many people agree with it. The June 7 editorial, “Parent School Council Revolt Continues,” celebrates the …

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Michigan farmers worry about shorter strawberry season due to predicted high temperatures

Michigan’s strawberry season could be in trouble this year due to higher than normal forecast temperatures. According to National Weather Service meteorologist Ernie Ostuno, summer temperatures expected this year will be above average, along with light precipitation. This worries some strawberry growers. John Felzke, owner of Felzke Farms, said strawberry …

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The impact of COVID-19 on science education

References Banilower, Eric. R., P. Sean Smith, Iris R. Weiss, Kristen A. Malzahn, Kiira M. Campbell and Aaron M Weis. 2013. Report of the 2012 National Survey of Science and Mathematics Education. Horizon Research, Inc. Berger, Marc., Ming Kuang, Laura Jerry, and Davis Freund. 2022. Impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) …

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High School Volunteers Help Supply the Niagara Falls Public Library

The Niagara Falls Public Library. Another school year is coming to an end and this one has fortunately been at least a little more normal for the students than the previous two. As a community development and programming librarian involved in teen services at the Niagara Falls Public Library, I …

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Florida Public Transportation Encourages Drivers to Say ‘No’ to High Gas Prices

APPROVE MONEY FOR THIS TODAY TRANSIT NATIONWIDE CELEBRATES PUMP DRAIN. IN AN EFFORT TO ENCOURAGE MORE PEOPLE TO Ditch THEIR CARS AND TAKE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION INSTEAD OF HEER IN SOUTH FLORIDA PALM. TRAN IS TODAY OFFERING AN INCENTIVE TO GET MORE PEOPLE ON THEIR TRAINS AND BUSES ALL DAY CANET …

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Portland Planning Board Hears Proposed Roux Campus Neighbors During First Public Release of Proposal

Portland’s planning board on Tuesday heard from neighbors of the proposed Roux Institute after its developers, IDEALS, scaled back plans due to residents’ concerns about the size of the campus, the height of its buildings and the traffic it might generate. The promoters of Roux are asking for a zoning …

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Man Charged in Incident at Thomas Jefferson Middle School – Official Arlington County Virginia Government Site

Posted on June 13, 2022 ARLINGTON, Va. – An Alexandria man has been arrested after damaging property in an attempt to enter Thomas Jefferson Middle School during a school lockdown. Alexander Sentayhu, 25, was charged with destroying public property and surrendered to police on the evening of June …

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St. Rose boys win Non-Public B as Theobald dominates

MIDDLETOWN — For St. Rose High School to win the NJSIAA Non-Public B Athletics title, head coach Pete Casagrande knew he needed all the pieces of the puzzle of a talented team to come together. With his team not racing for three weeks, he knew that might be a question. …

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Hogan Refers Baltimore High School ‘Grade Fixing Program’ Audit to State’s Attorney, US Attorney’s Office – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday referred an audit of what he called “a massive grade-fixing scheme in Baltimore City public schools” to the Maryland State Attorney and the U.S. Attorney’s Office of Maryland for a criminal investigation and potential prosecution. The Maryland Office of Inspector General of …

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Lansing high school students accused of making a ‘kill list’

Less than a week after a Lansing High School student was arrested for making a terrorist threat, two other students were arrested on Tuesday for allegedly creating a “kill list” of various people. Sheriff’s deputies said an investigation revealed that multiple students both heard and saw the two Lansing High …

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Japan plans to transfer operation of public activities from undergraduate clubs to local communities

A building housing the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, the Agency for Cultural Affairs and the Japan Sports Agency is visible in the Chiyoda district of Tokyo. (Mainichi/Motohiro Negishi) TOKYO — A group of experts from the Japan Sports …

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LHSAA change mixes more public and private high schools for playoffs

The LHSAA on Friday announced a new definition of Select School that will put many Louisiana public high schools in competition with their private school counterparts starting in the fall. The LHSAA Executive Committee voted 16 to 5 to redefine what select and non-select schools are. Select schools will now …

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DC mayoral candidates meet on TV, voting is on and passions are running high

Placeholder while loading article actions Freed from their Zoom seats to stand shoulder-to-shoulder on stage in front of a screaming and chanting audience, DC’s Democratic mayoral candidates showed sharper elbows on Wednesday night in what could be their last meaningful chance to debate one another. others before the June 21 …

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To amplify the impact of science, add policy, access and equity

open share links close share links Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala sees “a central role for science” in addressing the challenges of our future – as long as innovation is supported by social science and sound public policy. It’s an intersection that Nigeria’s former finance minister knows well. Okonjo-Iweala, one of the Times …

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Governor Mills and Public Counsel Announce Opposition to CMP’s Plan to Seek Electricity Rate Increase

May 26, 2022 Governor Mills asks Central Maine Power not to file the rate application; says that if they do, she will order the Energy Board to intervene in the opposition and that the PUC should reject it Governor Janet Mills and Public Advocate Bill Harwood today announced their opposition …

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NYC Parents and Teachers Smoke, as City Mum on School Calendar, Budgets and High School Offers

There are 21 school days left this year – excluding the next four school holidays – and many families and educators are furious that the city has left them without answers to some important questions to help them plan for next year. First, the Education Department has yet to release …

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Meet the high-tech urban farmer who grows vegetables in Hong Kong’s skyscrapers

Gordon Tam, co-founder and CEO of vertical farming company Farm66, wants to show that farming, combined with technology, has a bright future in cities, deserts and even in space. In early February, residents of Hong Kong, an Asian financial center home to 7.4 million people, faced a shortage of fresh …

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Virginia food banks seek help amid high inflation supply chain issues / Public News Service

Virginia food banks are facing a perfect storm of problems. High inflation of daily consumer goods is driving up the cost of food for low-income families, while food banks struggle to overcome supply chain issues to keep their shelves well stocked. Eddie Oliver, executive director of the Virginia Federation of …

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UTSA professor awarded $150,000 from the Air Force for semiconductor research | UTSA today | UTSA

UTSA’s mission The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to advancing knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement, and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions and serves as a center of intellectual and creative resources as well as …

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Duval County Class of 2022 High School Graduation Schedule

For Duval County Public Schools, this graduation season marks a throwback to “pre-pandemic” times, with indoor ceremonies and no mask requirements. For attendees, that means there’s also something else to celebrate: air conditioning. After two years of modified opening ceremonies in Jacksonville to accommodate COVID-19 safety recommendations, Duval Schools officials …

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Governor Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts

Press Releases 05/13/2022 Governor Lamont provides update on Connecticut’s coronavirus response efforts Last data at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, May 13, 2022 (HARTFORD, CT) – As the State of Connecticut continues to take action in response to the global spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Governor Ned Lamont provided the …

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Broughton Magnet High School special education teacher named WCPSS Teacher of the Year

CARY, NC (WTVD) — The Wake County Public School System has awarded Teacher of the Year for 2022-23 to a special education teacher at Broughton Magnet High School. Carolina Olson has worked in the Special Programs Department at Broughton High School since 2015. She also served as a Training Assistant …

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A third-year class was stunned by a free ride to college

Placeholder while loading article actions Erika Valadez is finishing her freshman year at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, a prospect she says would not have been possible without the generosity of a local family. In 2012, the Rosztoczy Foundation—a private family organization based in Avondale, Arizona—promised Valadez and 83 other …

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State Senator Chris Elliott plans legislative action after AHSAA controversy over Spanish Fort High School football

SPANISH FORT, Ala. (WALA) – Last week, AHSAA disqualified the boys and girls soccer teams at Spanish Fort High School as they prepared for the playoffs. The decision came after another school questioned the eligibility of one of the men’s team players who moved from another state earlier this year. …

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5 tips for managing anxiety at the end of mask mandates

[5 MIN READ] In this article: The relaxation of COVID-19 guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) can make you anxious. There are ways to help you feel less worried about the transition, including understanding where the anxiety is coming from and taking care of yourself. Take …

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Best Private and Public High Schools in Illinois

As filmmaker and writer Nora Ephron said in a 1996 commencement address at Wellesley College, “Your education is a dress rehearsal for a life that is yours.” If so, high school may be one of the biggest dress rehearsals of all. It’s a place where students explore their interests, immerse …

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California releases extreme heat action plan to protect communities from rising temperatures

The plan outlines a whole-of-government strategic approach to building resilience to extreme heat and mitigating its health, economic, ecological and social impacts Governor Newsom and the Legislature have advanced an $800 million package to protect California’s communities, economy and natural systems from extreme heat SACRAMENTO – Amid intensifying climate impacts, …

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Grades and test scores are considered the main factors for admission to college in the United States

With the college admissions process increasingly scrutinized — by the colleges themselves and the U.S. Supreme Court — more Americans say high school grades and standardized test scores should matter. importance in the admissions process than other factors. More than nine in ten Americans (93%) say high school grades should …

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Johnny Depp, Amber Heard’s defamation lawsuit is nothing short of a media circus

DISCLAIMER: This story contains details about domestic abuse. Johnny Depp testified in his defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber Heard last week. The trial – which is being streamed live on the internet for the world to see and consume – has sparked nothing short of a media circus. Depp …

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Software tool invented by USF implemented worldwide to improve real-time transit data I USF News

Public transit agencies in France and the state of California have begun using an open-source software tool created at USF that quickly detects errors in a transit agency’s real-time data – providing travelers with more accurate information through mobile mapping applications, such as Google and Apple Maps. The General Transit …

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Amid high gas prices, NJ plans to lift self-serve gas ban

At a small gas station in South Jersey, Shaphin Poirier sat in her car as an attendant finished filling up. Although she knows how to pump her own gas, “Do I want to? No,” Poirier said. She gestured to the cold April drizzle outside. Of New Jersey’s 73-year ban on …

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Iowa Public High School Funding – Northern Iowan

Pexels While education continues to be a common theme in the House, Iowa’s position on public education becomes clearer each month. According to US News, there are currently 153,916 high school students in Iowa attending public high school. There’s a good reason for that, public high schools in Iowa have …

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A rural town in Indiana pays well-paid workers to move house. Is this a good policy? | news

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Strengthen maternal health | HHS.gov

The United States has the highest maternal mortality rate among high-income countries. Addressing the maternity care crisis is a top priority at HHS. We are committed to supporting safe pregnancies and births, eliminating pregnancy-related health disparities, and improving health outcomes for parents and infants nationwide. Events to come Wednesday, April …

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Maryland expands who can perform abortions after overriding Hogan’s veto: NPR

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced Friday, April 8, that he had vetoed a measure that would expand access to abortion in the state. Brian Witte/AP hide caption toggle caption Brian Witte/AP Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced Friday, April 8, that he had vetoed a measure that would expand access to …

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Emerson High School Releases Honor Roll | Public and private schools

Emerson High School All As Honor Roll and All As and Bs Honor Roll, for the third nine-week marking period of the 2021-2022 academic year. Grade 7 — All A’s: London Hughes, Oree Johnson III, Lexi Samples Grade 7 — AB Honor Roll: Carson Cochran, Denielle Crockett, Katlynn Dendy, Triston …

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It’s mud season in the Adirondacks. DEC says avoid High Peaks

Muddy and icy trail in the Adirondacks. Photo: NYSDEC April 07, 2022 — The recent hot and humid spring weather in the Adirondacks can make trails unsafe and lead to soil erosion. The Department of Environmental Conservation warns hikers to avoid certain high Adirondack trails. In a Releasethe ministry said …

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Ask for more free public toilets in the main street of Scunthorpe

More public toilets are needed for shoppers who are caught off guard on the main street in Scunthorpe, councilors say. There are amenities at either end of downtown. However, politicians have received complaints from people who say there are no free facilities in the main shopping area of ​​Scunthorpe. Councilors …

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NYC may reconsider vaccination mandate for high school public proms, report says

STATEN ISLAND, NY — New York City public school students currently need to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus (COVID-19) in order to attend prom this spring, but the mandate could be reconsidered, according to a recent report. The New York Post reported that the after-school vaccination mandate for city …

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Pittsburgh Public Schools is revamping high school cosmetology curriculum

PITTSBURGH — The halls of Perry High School trigger the nostalgia of nearly anyone who attended an American high school. Pennants and murals cheering the Commodores line the main hallway. Posters with encouraging sayings are hung outside the classrooms. Showcases exhibit the works of the school’s best artists. But at …

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Bismarck Public School Buses Avoid High Gas Prices

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) – High gasoline prices are on everyone’s mind. Many people have struggled to make room within tight budgets for higher prices at the pump. With today’s gas prices at record highs, everyone, including businesses, has had to look into how $4 gas affects their budgets. Public schools …

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Ghana passes controversial tax law after opposition walkout | News

Ghana is struggling to revive its economy after the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic and the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Ghana’s parliament has approved a new tax on electronic transactions which the government says will help raise $900 million in much-needed revenue, but which has drawn widespread popular criticism. E-Levy Bill, adopted …

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Portsmouth Public Schools host next COVID-19 vaccination clinic

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – Portsmouth students will be able to receive their COVID-19 vaccine at an upcoming clinic. Portsmouth Public Schools is partnering with the Portsmouth Department of Health to offer COVID-19 vaccination clinics for children aged 5-17. All vaccines given at these clinics will be the Pfizer vaccine, and …

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Virginia parents win the right to mask their classmates from their vulnerable children

International travelers checking in at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in December, after the airport joined a coronavirus monitoring program for travelers arriving from overseas.Credit…Nicole Craine for The New York Times A U.S. airport-based coronavirus surveillance program for travelers arriving from overseas detected the first known U.S. case of the highly …

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Public support for hosting Ukrainian war refugees remains high | News

79% of the Estonian population supports the reception of refugees, according to the study commissioned by the government office. This figure rose to 92% when only native speakers of Estonian were surveyed, compared to 51% for those of “other nationalities”, which in practice means mainly Russian speakers. While the figure …

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Island Profile: Stephen Kiely | Public service is a family affair

Shelter Island City Attorney Stephen Kiely. (Credit: Charity Robey) When Stephen Kiely, Shelter Island’s new city attorney, was in high school, he worked at a deli in Port Jefferson where local politicians, including Suffolk County Attorney James M. Catterson Jr., and State Senator Ken LaValle, had breakfast every Sunday. There, …

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Colorado releases school-level COVID vaccine dashboard

Colorado released school-level COVID vaccination data Friday in a new dashboard that shows wide variations across the state and within communities. At Palisade High School in Mesa County, only 32% of students are fully vaccinated against COVID, compared to 76% at Legacy High School in Adams District 12 Five Star …

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Metro offers free rides despite high gas prices

CINCINNATI — Metro is giving drivers a much-needed break from the pump as gas prices hover around $4.09 a gallon in the Cincinnati area. All routes will run for free from Sunday, March 20 through Saturday, March 26, as the city’s bus service thanks returning customers and welcomes new passengers. …

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More UTSA Students Will Have Tuition Covered With UT System Endowment Support | UTSA today | UTSA

The UT System Board approved the creation of the Promise Plus Endowment in February 2022. Funding for the endowment will also be in addition to previous investments the Board has made in UTSA over the past decade to help advance the institution’s goal of serving as a model of student …

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Renderings for the new Tyee High School published by Highline Public Schools

Highline Public Schools has released renderings of what a new Tyee High School will look like, after voters approve a future school bond to pay for construction: Bus entrance for the proposed Tyee High School replacement; schematic design by Integrus Architecture. Yard for the proposed replacement of Tyee High School; …

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WHO says it advised Ukraine to destroy pathogens in health labs | Russo-Ukrainian War

The WHO told Reuters it had advised Ukraine to destroy high-risk pathogens to prevent the disease from spreading. The World Health Organization (WHO) has advised Ukraine to destroy high-risk pathogens harbored in the country’s public health laboratories to prevent “any potential spills” that would spread the disease among the population, …

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Why Gas Prices in California Are Particularly High

The price of gasoline in the United States hit a new high on Tuesday at $4.173 a gallon, surpassing the previous record set in July 2008. But, as you probably know, fuel costs in California have been climbing for weeks and are significantly above the national average. On Tuesday, the …

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OKC Public Schools talks about eliminating uniforms in middle and high schools

After nearly a decade requiring districtwide uniforms, Oklahoma City Public Schools may be relaxing the policy in middle and high schools. The district school board is expected to vote Monday on a proposal that would allow middle and high school students to wear regular clothing subject to a dress code. …

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GR High School Obtains Funding for STEM Program

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — A Grand Rapids high school is one of only 16 in the state with funding for manufacturing and engineering education. Grand Rapids Public Schools executive director of communications John Helmholdt said Innovation Central High School will receive about $300,000 over three years to create a …

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Armenian Foreign Minister meets with UN High Commissioner for Refugees – Public Radio of Armenia

On February 28, within the framework of the high-level session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan met with UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi. The interlocutors welcomed the dialogue established between Armenia and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for …

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4.4 million galaxies are visible in this new night sky map

A new map of the night sky has just been made public for the first time. The photo, which was released by scientists at Durham University, shows an incredibly detailed image of millions of galaxies and space objects. Many of the 4.4 million galaxies captured in the photo contain massive …

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WVa High Court lifts block on public charter schools | West Virginia News

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The West Virginia Supreme Court has lifted a lower court’s temporary block on public charter schools. The higher court issued the stay on Wednesday. In December, Kanawha County Circuit Judge Jennifer Bailey granted a preliminary injunction sought by the parents in a lawsuit filed against Governor …

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How Europeans react to exorbitant gas and electricity bills

A German pensioner facing exorbitant energy bills turns to a wood-burning stove. The owner of a dry-cleaning business in Spain adjusted her employees’ working hours to reduce electricity bills and installed solar panels. A mayor in France said he had ordered a hiring freeze because rising electricity bills threatened to …

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AZDPS is asking for the public’s help in locating vehicles involved in high-speed runs that ended in a fatal collision on I-10 in Phoenix

Department report number: Preliminary information: On Sunday, February 20, 2022, at approximately 12:20 a.m., a fatal collision occurred on Interstate 10 eastbound near 59th Avenue. The collision involved a gray Ford Mustang, which was believed to have been traveling with other speeding vehicles moments before the collision. Two adults riding …

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Prince Harry will face a hefty bill if he loses High Court security battle as ‘public purse hit’

PRINCE Harry faces a hefty bill if he loses his High Court battle for security to cover the blow to the public purse. The Duke of Sussex, 37, has taken legal action against the government over the decision to withdraw his police bodyguards after stepping back from royal duties two …

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Gahanna-Jefferson will mix home events during the construction of the new stadium

Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools officials are juggling locations and times for next school year’s activities, when the stadium will be unavailable for about a year while construction is underway on a new facility. Jill Elliott, assistant superintendent, said a lot of planning was underway to lay out a plan that would …

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It’s time for the county’s three public high schools to come together this spring | Sports

There can be a bit of vitriol in the county rivalries. East Carteret expresses hostility towards West Carteret, West Carteret likewise towards East Carteret, and has done so for nearly 60 years. Throw Beaufort and Morehead City High Schools into the mix, and it goes back even further. And now …

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U of A again classified as a “very high research activity” university

The U of A again received the highest classification of research activity from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, earning the designation of “Research 1” – Doctoral University: Very High Research Activity. The foundation released its 2021 classifications update in January 2022. The U of …

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Florida coronavirus deaths trending down, but still high

While the number of new COVID-19 cases statewide and in most counties in the greater Tampa Bay area is about half of what it was two weeks ago, the death toll remains raised. The Florida Department of Health’s weekly coronavirus report released on Friday showed 103,022 people in the state …

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Mendocino County will still need masks after state mandate expires next week – The Ukiah Daily Journal

Mendocino County public health officials announced Thursday that the local masking order will remain in effect after the statewide mandate expires next week due to the high rate of hospitalizations and the risk of virus transmission lingering in the county. According to a Feb. 10 press release, public health officer …

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Pinellas will give his opinion to the public before choosing a new school principal

In the latest in a series of off-camera meetings on Tuesday, the Pinellas County School Board dug deep into the job of hiring a new superintendent. Board members were informed of a series of 6 p.m. community meetings scheduled for February 23, 24 and 28 at Pinellas Park, Countryside and …

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Wastewater monitoring for public health

Since September 2020, researchers at the University of California, Davis have been monitoring wastewater on the UC Davis campus and in the city of Davis for COVID-19 as part of the Healthy Davis Together program. A new article published Feb. 8 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reviews …

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DC bar that defied vaccine rule becomes conservative darling

Days before the first phase of Washington’s vaccination entry requirement went into effect on January 15, The Big Board, a family bar in the popular H Street Corridor, tweeted that it would be “always” open to all. The owners of the Big Board kept their promise, at a high cost. …

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State’s First Public Boarding School Accepting Applications – Daily News

California’s first public boarding school is accepting applications from ninth-graders who live in Los Angeles County to join its first class of students when the campus opens this fall. Located in South Los Angeles, the SEED School of Los Angeles County is a college-preparatory program that will offer a curriculum …

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MPPS begins installing Nightlock devices to protect students and promote safety – The Morning Sun

Mt. Pleasant Public Schools (MPPS) has begun installing security doorstops on classroom doors in all of their middle and high schools as an added safety measure. “At Mt. Pleasant Public Schools, the safety and well-being of our students and staff remains our number one priority,” said Superintendent Jennifer Verleger. “The …

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North Carolina Public Health Commission to Consider Petition to Mandate COVID-19 Vaccination for 17-Year-Olds or High School Students

GUILFORD COUNTY, NC (WGHP) – The North Carolina Public Health Commission will consider a petition on Wednesday to make COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for students who are at least 17 years old or entering their last years of high school. But three of the state’s top health officials, Dr. Elizabeth C. …

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Lucy Rowan Mann, dean of a classical music award, dies at 100

Lucy Rowan Mann, whose Walter W. Naumburg Foundation guidance and influential awards helped propel a string of great classical music careers for 50 years, died Jan. 16 at her Manhattan home. She was 100 years old. The cause was Covid-19, said her daughter, Lisa Mann Marotta. Ms. Mann was the …

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Omicron cases peaked in Cambridge; Residents urged to continue taking precautions to slow the spread

In Massachusetts, the “Omicron surge” peaked in early January, a few weeks earlier than expected. Based on sewage samples taken in Cambridge, Boston and surrounding communities, the peak of Omicron infections occurred on January 5. There was a similar downward trend in case data, with the 7-day average of new …

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Britain says Moscow plans to install pro-Russian leader in Ukraine

KYIV – The British government said on Saturday that the Kremlin is drawing up plans to install a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine – and has already chosen a potential candidate – as President Vladimir V. Putin considers whether to order forces Russians massed on the Ukrainian border to attack. The …

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Canada’s secondary school named after Prince Andrew will change its name

“We are changing the name to go in a different direction because of the negative reports about Prince Andrew,” school principal Craig Campbell told CNN in an email. “We hope to build our identity as a positive and supportive school community with a name to match.” Local residents will have …

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Search for suspects continues after student dies in shooting outside Oliver Citywide Academy – CBS Pittsburgh

By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The search for suspects responsible for the shooting death of a 15-year-old student outside a Pittsburgh school continues into a second day. It comes after the student was shot dead outside Oliver Citywide Academy on the North Side on Wednesday. Watch: KDKA’s Bryant …

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Monroe Public Schools Resuming In-Person Learning; High COVID numbers

Monroe Public Schools resumed in-person learning today after eight days of remote learning. The district transitioned to remote learning from Jan. 5-14, pausing in-person instruction just a day after returning from winter vacation due to a spike in COVID-19 cases among staff and patrons. students. MPS had just 75.1% of …

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To Meet High Demand, Lihue COVID Testing Site Will Open During MLK Holidays

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – With demand for COVID testing remaining high across the state, providers are scrambling to meet the need. In Kauai, county officials announced that the War Memorial Convention Hall test site will remain open Monday, although it is the Martin Luther King. Junior Holidays. The test site is …

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